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‘Top Chef’ Recap: Gluttons for Punishment

It's previous cheftestants versus newbies in the season 14 premiere Well, 2016 has been a challenging year. We've endured a nasty election cycle, a deep political divide, and countless painful celebrity deaths — plus Jared Leto's method acting. Show More Summary

Philly Chef Marc Vetri’s Next Cookbook Is All About Pizza

What more could you want? They’ve given readers an extensive treatise on the art of pasta, so chef Marc Vetri and cookbook collaborator David Joachim are turning their attention to pizza. The duo is working on a new book, Mastering Pizza,...Show More Summary

Are ‘Black Diamond’ Truffles in Danger?

The most coveted fungus breed on the planet is having a hard time The tuber melanosporum, a.k.a the Périgord truffle, a.k.a the “black diamond” truffle, might be the most coveted fungus breed on the planet. So when one of France’s most...Show More Summary

Crime Ring Bust Uncovers an Entire Truckload of Stolen Nutella

Along with drugs, guns, and dozens of luxury cars Police in Toronto busted a high-profile crime ring and found some unlikely contraband among the nearly $5 million worth of stolen goods. Along with 60 luxury automobiles, drugs, guns,...Show More Summary

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Is Stepping Down

But he’s staying with the company Howard Schultz, chief executive officer at Seattle-based coffee giant Starbucks, is taking on a new role with the company. Schultz is stepping down as CEO, he announced Thursday, and he will take the position of executive chairman. Show More Summary

Watch: The Old-School Glamour of a Tableside Steak Diane at Brennan’s

Host Nick Solares indulges in one of the meatiest dishes New Orleans has to offer

Where to Drink Coffee in Sydney, Australia

How a group of independent cafés have created a world caffeine capital When Australians argue that coffee is "just so much better" in their country, what they really mean is that coffee is consistent. Consistently good, that is. With...Show More Summary

Jean-Georges Protégé Dan Kluger Prepares to Open His First Solo Project in NYC

Loring Place is set to open next week One of 2016’s most anticipated restaurants is preparing to open its doors in Manhattan: Chef Dan Kluger’s Loring Place hits Greenwich Village next week, nearly two years in the making. Kluger rose...Show More Summary

Belgium's Beer Culture Officially Recognized by UNESCO

Not that Belgians needed any excuse to drink Belgium has numerous culinary claims to fame — waffles! chocolate! frites! — but the nation’s most prized (and historic) food and beverage institution is beer. The country has been brewing since medieval times, and currently produces more than 1,500 varieties of beer. Show More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About Vegan Wine

Grapes are miracle berries. These squishy purple, green, or red pint-sized fruits get transformed into delicious jam, juice, raisins, or oil. And the really lucky grapes? These darlings get fermented and become part of an alcoholic beverage...Show More Summary

400-Pound Gingerbread Wrigley Field Hits It Out of the Park

Almost as sweet as winning the World Series Christmas came early for the Chicago Cubs this year when they triumphed over the Cleveland Indians in the World Series, marking the end of a 108-year-long championship drought. What else could...Show More Summary

Watch Anthony Bourdain Discover 'the Real Rome' With Doughnuts and Pasta

The 'Parts Unknown' star isn't interested in ruins; he wants to do as the Romans do

Now Donald Trump’s Supporters Are Boycotting Kellogg

Because the company pulled advertising from white nationalist website Breitbart.com Donald Trump supporters and proud members of the “alt-right” (read: white nationalist) movement are finding more and more things to protest. First, it was GrubHub. Show More Summary

Japan Uses Ramen to Get Elderly Drivers Off the Road

They just have to hand in their licenses Japan is in the midst of an increase in car crashes, primarily among elderly drivers, and one area of the country wants to use ramen to reduce the number of accidents. Japan’s Aichi prefecture...Show More Summary

Starbucks' Holiday Gift Cards Cater to 1 Percenters and Peasants Alike

But the crystal cards are nearly sold out Coffee giant Starbucks is known for putting out debatably ostentatious sterling silver or Swarovski crystal gift cards for the holiday season. This year, the chain is adding a feel-good giftShow More Summary

Watch: Danny Bowien Hosts the Potluck of Your Dreams on 'Mind of a Chef'

The holiday special also features Anthony Bourdain, April Bloomfield, and Sean Brock Mind of a Chef’s holiday special is coming. Chef Danny Bowien of Mission Chinese Food fame will host the episode, which features the greatest potluck...Show More Summary

Watch: You’ve Never Heard of Korea’s Oldest Celebratory Brew

How a 300-year-old recipe is distilled Rice-based makgeolli is an all-purpose liquor in Korea, used both for celebration or mourning a loss. Many older generations in Korea drink it as a reminder of the past — but it’s experiencing a...Show More Summary

Paul Kahan's Beloved Publican Spawns Another Spinoff

Publican Anker opens tonight in Chicago Chicago empire-builder and multiple Beard Award winner Paul Kahan unleashes his newest restaurant tonight: Called Publican Anker, it’s a highly anticipated spinoff of the beloved Publican, a casual...Show More Summary

Big Mac Inventor Dies at 98

Franchisee Jim Delligatti created McDonald’s most iconic burger in 1968 The creator of the most iconic menu item from America’s most iconic fast-food chain has died: The AP reports Michael “Jim” Delligatti, who invented McDonald’s Big...Show More Summary

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